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A bailor or surety ought to fully appreciate the responsibility of standing bail for an accused person. In fact, the obligation of standing bail has often been lauded as one of the foundations of the proper administration of the criminal

This article analyses two recent developments in the law relating to anti-suit injunctions to enforce arbitration agreements: (i) the first stems from the decision of the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) in Gate Gourmet Korea Co. Ltd. and others v

This article analyses some of the legal issues raised by Federated Learning (FL) – a method to train algorithms for artificial intelligence systems, on data held across different data sets, without sharing the data sets. This article will explain what

As the Government announces forming a committee to focus on mental health in Singapore, the

In 2023, close to 10% of the cases handled at Pro Bono SG’s Community Law

Dear Amicus Agony, I am a practising lawyer with about 1-2 PQE. I am getting quite

Articles From This Month's Issue

A bailor or surety ought to fully appreciate the responsibility of standing bail for an accused person. In fact, the obligation of

This article analyses two recent developments in the law relating to anti-suit injunctions to enforce arbitration agreements: (i) the first stems from

This article analyses some of the legal issues raised by Federated Learning (FL) – a method to train algorithms for artificial intelligence

What happens to a Sole Practitioner’s law practice when they pass away or when they lose mental capacity? What preparatory steps could

On 10 June 2024, the Law Society of Singapore launched “Ethics Assist”, a confidential helpline designed to facilitate a lawyer’s access to

Strategies to Reduce "Work About Work" in Law Firms Introduction Technology continues to impact and reshape how lawyers work. Amidst this transformation, a fundamental

As the Government announces forming a committee to focus on mental health in Singapore, the legal profession too should pay heed and

In 2023, close to 10% of the cases handled at Pro Bono SG’s Community Law Centres pertained to inquiries regarding deputyship and

Dear Amicus Agony, I am a practising lawyer with about 1-2 PQE. I am getting quite bored with the work that I do

Since entering practice, I have encountered many situations where my loved ones ask for legal advice with the expectation that I would

In the realm of life's many unexpected adventures, many of my friends and family will agree that few tales resonate with the

The articles above are from the June 2024 issue of the Law Gazette.